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Old 08-03-2007, 09:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default SugarMini - A Wireless CRM for SugarCRM Released

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Dear users,

we are happy to announce the latest released of SugarMini, a wireless extension for SugarCRM.

Please check it out at Wireless SugarCRM Access - SugarMini

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I could not open your link. It may help to explain more about the product.

What is SugarCRM?
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I could not open your link. It may help to explain more about the product.

What is SugarCRM?
From the site:

SugarMini adds wireless capabilities to your SugarCRM system. SugarMini allows you to access your CRM from anywhere, anytime. Once installed, you can:

* Access key customer information
* Update status of your assigned tasks
* Add notes to contacts, accounts, leads
* Create, assign and update the status of cases relating to your customers
* Schedule meetings, calls
* Assign tasks to your co-workers
* Fully search your CRM database
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jjrr - this looks very interesting! Is this a hosted ASP solution, a downloaded app to the phone, or...? Does access to Sugar go through your servers, or is it a direct TCP (SSL?) connection to my own company Sugar, or...?

Your webpages are bit light on the meat/details, can you give more clarification how this works, especially with a self-hosted corporate Open Source Sugar (not their hosting, etc.) -- it would help.
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What is SugarCRM?
SugarCRM is an open source (and commercial support optioned) CRM platform - they have multiple licenses, variations and releases as well as a hosted platform option. If you're not familiar with CRM, it's basically a portal-style webapp that helps your sales force (sic) maintain sales leads, contacts, business relationships, and so forth.

At it's core are the basic organization tools - you have business (accounts) with contacts whom you maintain relationships; a CRM lets you store notes, call times, business discussions, and things like that (you can use as little or as much as you need, many CRM systems offer a lot more features).

SugarForge: Open Source CRM, SugarCRM, Sugar CRM
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jjrr - this looks very interesting! Is this a hosted ASP solution, a downloaded app to the phone, or...? Does access to Sugar go through your servers, or is it a direct TCP (SSL?) connection to my own company Sugar, or...?

Your webpages are bit light on the meat/details, can you give more clarification how this works, especially with a self-hosted corporate Open Source Sugar (not their hosting, etc.) -- it would help.
Hello!

The solution consists of:
- SugarMini server, which is basically installed right where the SugarCRM server is (so it can be your own)
- SugarMini client, which has to be installed on all the BlackBerries

The connections can be either plain tcp, but also ssl.

If you have any more questions, please send me an e-mail at [email address]

Thank you!
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